Medals for Muse - November 2013
There was such confusion with Canadian wines arriving late at the Northwest Wine Summit a secondary judging took place recently and Muse took the following medals.
Gold for Bacchus 2012
Gold for Cabernet Merlot 2009
Silver for Viognier 2012
Silver for Grande Dame Rouge 2008
GOLD for the newest Muse Wine.
Chardonnay Semillon 2010, aka Burgundian Beauty, picks up a Gold Medal at the All Canadian Wine Awards
May 19,2010- NorthWest Wine Summit Award Winners
Muse Winery runs away with a treasure chest of silver and bronze medals at the NorthWest Wine Summit this year. This competition is Oregon based and involves the North West regions of Alberta, BC, Alaska, Washington State, Oregon, Montana and Idaho.
Parks Redwine (yes that's his real name) is the organizer and driving force behind the competition which has been in place for over 25 years. He is the "Dean" of International Wine Competitions.
The Award Winners were posted on their website yesterday and we're very proud of our 4 Silvers and 3 Bronze Medals!
Silvers-Muse Winery North Saanich, British Columbia
2009 Bacchus “Noon Someplace,” Estate,
2007 Cabernet – Merlot “Close the Deal,”
2009 Ortega “Poetic Justice,” Vancouver Island
2008 Pinot Noir “Latitude Attitude,” Vancouver Island
Bronzes-Muse Winery North Saanich, British Columbia
2007 “Grande Dame Rouge” (Red Proprietary Bordeaux-style blend)
2009 Viognier, Late Harvest,
2009 Pinot Gris, Estate,
Gewurztraminer takes Gold at ACWC
Results are in and we are pleased to announce that our 2012 Gewurztraminer, aka, Tongue Twister, won Gold at the All Canadian Wine Championships this spring!
September 17, 2020 - Wine Access 2010 Canadian Wine Awards
We've just received notification of another Award for Muse Winery.
Our 2007 Grande Dame Rouge received a Bronze Medal at the Wine Access Canadian Wine Awards for 2010.
Full details have not yet been released and will come out in the Wine Access December 2010/January 2011 issue.
May 20, 2020 - All Canadian Wine Competition - The Treasure Chest Grows
The awards were posted for the All Canadian Wine Competition and
Muse Winery has come away with Gold, Gold & Double Gold and a Bronze too!
Muse Winery, BC. 2008 FOCH NOIR, “Voluptuous Vixen”
Muse Winery, BC. 2009 Ortega, “Poetic Justice”
Muse Winery, BC. 2009 Rose, “Rambling Rose”
Muse Winery, BC. 2009 Late Harvest Viognier, “Roll in the Hay”
Muse Winery wins 2 Bronze Medals at The Wine Access - Canadian Wine Awards November 2009
The Wine Access Canadian Wine Awards is Canada's leading national wine competition open to all wines that are 100 percent Canadian grown, fermented and bottled. Since its inception in 2001, the Canadian Wine Awards quickly became the most important competition for Canadian wine in the country. A great deal of prestige is involved in capturing any of the major awards, including the coveted Wine Access Canadian Winery of the Year title.
Muse Winery's 2006 Merlot and 2008 Viognier were both awarded the Bronze Medal in this Canada wide competition.